Today he had a particularly interesting post that I thought I would share, which he snagged from Google's Public Policy Blog entitled "Plan Your Digital After-life with Interactive Account Manager".
Honestly, I think it's awesome, I've thought about the life of my digital stuff on several occasions, and it's a big part of why I was so excited when they rolled out FamilySearch.org/Photos, because I wanted somewhere that I knew my "stuff" would stay even after I died and no longer had an active account. I figured that a free account somewhere where the pictures were of use to many people was a great place. Plus probably just because I'm a member of the LDS church which sponsors FamilySearch I have an inherent "trust" in FamilySearch. Whether correctly placed or incorrectly, I do have it.
Thanks GOOGLE you've now solved even more of my digital problems, as you often do. I LOVE GOOGLE!